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Aaron Finch didn’t stop confirming whether he would approve of one of his bowlers letting a batter walk behind him after Mitchell Starc appeared to warn Jos Buttler during the rain-interrupted third T20I in Canberra.

After sending the fourth ball from the over to Dawid Malan, which was bounced back to him, Starc turned and pointed to Buttler and the crease.

He seemed to be saying something to Buttler that was inaudible, but the stump mic picked up Buttler and said, “don’t think that was me.”

Screenshots posted on social media of the pitch in question suggested Buttler was just out of his ground before the ball was released and, after Starc’s words, he was clearly in his prime.

Finch said he didn’t see the moment in the middle, but a first warning was probably the best choice, although he wasn’t broadly in favor of the method of dismissal.

“I didn’t know, I had no idea,” he said. “I think if batters get a warning, then it’s fair play. That would be true for most teams, I suppose, if you give the batter a warning that they’re getting a little too much ground before the ball is thrown. But I ‘ I’m not a big fan of it, to be honest, personally.”

Asked if he would like a bowler to complete a run, Finch said, “Great question…”

English all-rounder Chris Woakes expressed a similar opinion about the use of a warning. “In my view, that’s the best way to proceed,” he said. “I have no problem warning guys. I personally wouldn’t make anyone run away.” [like that] but a warning, there’s nothing wrong with that.”

“No, I’ll call the batsman back,” he said. “Nobody wants to see them in the game because they always create such a conversation piece when it should be about batting and watching great cricket matches. They always seem to happen at unsavory times.”

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Earlier in the series, Buttler was embroiled in another debate over a method of dismissal when he chose not to appeal against Matthew Wade in Perth when it appeared clear that Mark Wood had been hindered trying to reach a caught man. -and-bowled chance in its follow-through.

On that occasion, Buttler later admitted that he probably took a different approach in a match of more significance.


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